Reply With Quote 25th June 2009,10:04 PM #10 kevin wooldridge View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Visit Homepage View Articles Chivalric Lord of BAJR Join Date Apr 2005 Location , Copy and paste the following: From the XP machine copy C:\ESRI and paste in the same named folder on Windows 7 From the XP machine copy the files in C:\Program Files\Common Files\ESRI Edit the file you Exported in any text editor. Most of the time, you won’t have to worry about this. http://ibuildsystem.com/this-program/this-program-cannot-be-installed-on-windows-nt.php
Reply anon March 19, 2016 at 7:47 pm THANK YOU! trying to get everyone to use ArcGIS 9.3......Which does work on Vista..... ArcView 3.3I get an error saying "This program cannot be installed on a Windows 3.51 operating system"What do I need to do to get this to run, do i need to Reply With Quote 24th June 2009,10:57 AM #6 BAJR Host View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Visit Homepage View Articles BAJR Moderator Join Date May 2004 Location East Lothian, Scotland
In these cases, you’ll need to manually run the installer as administrator. Microsoft also wanted Windows to work on more processor architectures, and make it 32-bit compatible. Yes | No when the computer starts up...
BAJR is now on Twitter and Facebook, but the searchable heart - and public face is here on the forum. With peace and consolation hath dismist, And calm of mind all passion spent... Microsoft's Fix It service attempts to fix them for you. Sometimes installing a Service Pack would solve it, but you would have to re-install the whole OS in some other situations.
Learn GIS for Free GIS Jobs GIS Career Resources GIS Internships GIS Jobs Maps Cartography Spatial Analysis GIS Conferences Using GIS Software Commercial GIS Open Source GIS Data Geospatial Industry Free Copy C:\ESRI\AV_GIS30 and C:\ESRI\ESRIDATA from source PC to the same folder on your destination PC.3. Advanced Search or Login Login to Your Account Remember Me? Microsoft chose the GUI of the OS to be same as the DOS based Windows 3.1, which enjoyed a good market share at that time.
For these instructions, I also installed Network Analyst and Database Access. So, this doesn’t install on Windows 7 x64 or x86 despite your information on the purchase page that it does. Permalink 0 Laszlo Zoltan June 12, 2014 03:18 ok- so I did that- it installed, now crashes after I click save as home location ( I just click the 1st one Permalink Please sign in to leave a comment.
Get the patch here: http://resources.arcgis.com/content/patches-and-service-packs?fa=viewPatch&PID=25&MetaID=470 5) If you want ArcView to already be registered, launch ArcView and register it now. 6) Find all of the files the installers have added. navigate here It *should* work on all versions of XP, Vista and 7. Live User Sites Map Book Gallery Video Library Company Information About Esri Careers Esri Insider Blog Esri International User Conference Services Professional Services Project Services Implementation Services Premium Support Services Partners ah...
A third-party uninstaller 3 Best Third-Party Uninstallers & Why You Need Them 3 Best Third-Party Uninstallers & Why You Need Them To uninstall a Windows program, you can’t just hit 'Delete’ I've seen instructions for doing something similar but which required copying some other files and some registry entries such as the process stated here: http://gisteamz.blogspot.com/2009/07/install-arcview-33-on-windows-wp-x64.html or here on ESRI's site: http://forums.esri.com?Thread.asp?c=3&f=42&t=204156 You may need to look up instructions specific to that program to completely remove it. http://ibuildsystem.com/this-program/this-program-cannot-be-installed-using-the-run-as.php I've seen instructions for doing something similar but which required copying some other files and some registry entries such as the process stated here: http://gisteamz.blogspot.com/2009/07/install-arcview-33-on-windows-wp-x64.html or here on ESRI's site: http://forums.esri.com?Thread.asp?c=3&f=42&t=204156
so the bad news is.......... you could choose which operating system to use... You may also consider scanning the installer file with VirusTotal, a website that allows you to upload a file and have it checked by many antivirus programs.
Yes | No The problem with ArcView is that ESRI aren't really supporting it anymore... Reply With Quote 24th June 2009,01:45 PM #8 chiz View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message View Articles Senior BAJRite Join Date Sep 2004 Location Stroud Posts 420 Did you find To do so, close the installer, right-click the installer file, and select Run as administrator. Just be methodical and careful when looking for which files were added. 6a) Because you started with a clean OS install, with no other ESRI apps, you can just grab everything
Having purchased and downloaded the windows version my installation tells me Starry Night pro 7 cannot be installed on the following windows versions Windows Xp x64, Windows Vista x64, Windows Vista Why not sign up with us if you are not already a member. Unfortunately, the 'Uninstall a program’ option in the Windows Control Panel does not always completely remove it... this contact form Even if they do install, they may not run properly afterwards.
Prior to purchase I observed Windows 7 is required. If you are working with a 32-bit version of XP, Vista or 7, just run the ArcView 3.x installer. All rights reserved. Powered by vBulletin Version 4.2.1 Copyright © 2016 vBulletin Solutions, Inc.
Uninstall the Previous Version of the Software In some cases, you may not be able to install a new version of a program over an old version of a program. Such opinions may not be accurate and they are to be used at your own risk. ArcView 3.3 running on Windows 7 To have Windows 7 automatically open .apr files using ArcView 3.3, double-click on any .apr file. In the dialogue box that appears, click the browse Posts 229 Did you find this post helpful?